Photo courtesy of CNN After smoothly addressing offensive comments made towards her from Bill O’Reilly, Rep. Maxine Waters has directed her attention back at Donald Trump. During an interview with CNN’s Fredricka Whitfield, Waters spoke about Trump’s incompetence at being President, as well as how she wants him to be impeached. “He has done so many things to show he doesn’t understand government,” Waters said. “He’s not willing to learn. He doesn’t learn from his mistakes. Instead of learning, he gets up the next morning and tweets something all over again.” “We want to know whether or not there was collusion,” Waters added. “We want to know about the hacking… Read entire story.
It’s been nine years since we’ve heard a new Gnarls Barkley album, 2008’s The Odd Couple. Although CeeLo and Danger Mouse have both done some good work since that album, we miss hearing the two together. It turns out we were this close to getting some new Gnarls Barkley music. But a certain — possibly catastrophic — event happened. Earlier today, Danger Mouse appeared on Zane Lowe’s Beat 1 Show where he was promoting his new project, a soundtrack Resistance Radio: The Man in the High Castle Album. During the interview, Danger Mouse was asked about a… Read entire story.
Photo By Jessica Dimmock Moby, the prolific musician, DJ, producer, singer, songwriter, and animal rights activist has made claims that President Donald Trump is indeed being blackmailed by Russia. The New York City born electronic artist made the comments in a post to Instagram and claimed he received the information from “friends who work in dc.” Moby also claimed that the dossier connecting Trump to Russia that was published by BuzzFeed last month is accurate. Allegations of Russia controlling Trump’s administration is picking up steam. On Monday national security advisor Michael Flynn resigned due to increasing pressure for his ties… Read entire story.
More life continues to be the motto as Drake takes his “Boy Meets World” tour overseas to London. In an attempt to seemingly turn the corner on his braggart bars, the 6ix superstar sent some not-so-thinly veiled shots at U.S. Cheesepuff-in-Chief, Donald Trump. As you can see in the clip below, thanks to DJ Akademiks, Drizzy doesn’t specifically call out the 45th president, but it remains pretty crystal clear who he is address during his minute-long rant between songs. Drake on Donald Trump pic.twitter.com/1sCRKtPRBg — DJ Akademiks (@IamAkademiks) February 6, 2017 “Every day I wake up, I see all this bullshit going on in the world. People trying to tear us … Read entire story.
Donald Trump‘s presidency is already off to a terrible start (if you need a refresher of what his administration has been up to since inauguration, check out our Drumpf Digest), and between the overflow of “Alternative Facts,” Steven Bannon‘s overall sketchy past and Trump’s Twitter fingers, we understand how difficult it may be to feel like you’re properly informed. So, Okayplayer has created a post with resources that include everything from Resistance Manuals to rogue Twitter accounts from federal agencies. The resources are divided into sections, so that way you can navigate them with ease, and will be updated accordingly. Bookmark this. Tell a friend to tell a friend. We can’t know how to move… Read entire story.
February 26, 2017 will mark the fifth year anniversary of the murder of Trayvon Martin at the hands of George Zimmerman. Talking about the death of a child is difficult for any loving parent, but Travyon’s parents Tracy Martin and Sybrina Fulton stopped by The Breakfast Club to do just that. Speaking with the morning trio, Mr. Martin and Ms. Fulton touch on a range of subjects including George Zimmerman’s apology, why she chose to support Hillary Clinton, and possibly getting into the political world. Here are the 10 things we learned from Trayvon Martin’s parents on The Breakfast Club. — Photo: Power 105 The post 9 Things We Learned From Trayvon Martin’s Parents On The Breakfast Club Read entire story.
Chris Brown had words for Aziz Ansari. Continue reading… Read entire story.
YG would love to perform at Trump’s inauguration. Continue reading… Read entire story.
2 Chainz also revealed the date for his new album. Continue reading… Read entire story.
Photo of Guy Blakeslee taken by Matt Condon. We’re T-minus four days from our perfect union being torn asunder by the president-elect, Donald Trump. To counteract the oppressive and racist views being spewed on an almost hourly basis by him and his ilk, Los Angeles-based musician, Guy Blakeslee, better known as ENTRANCE, released a new song called “Not Gonna Say Your Name” to let all those #MAGAs out there know that real Americans won’t take this mess lying down. “I really wanted to write a song expressing my own feelings about the election and the state of things in our country — like many I was in a state of mourning. I wondered, how can … Read entire story.
The Women’s March on Washington plans to send a strong message to incoming President Donald Trump, one of staunch disagreement with his proposed policies along with his misogynistic, xenophobic, and hateful rhetoric. The message the march intends to convey is also meant for the Senate, U.S. House of Representatives, Governors, state Congresses and the world at large. The march is being organized by a national coordinating committee along with volunteer organizers from across the country. The Women’s March on Washington, which plans to have in excess of 100,000 participants, will take place the day after the inauguration of Donald Trump on January 21st… Read entire story.
“Donald, you gonna build a wall to block out my amigos.” The post This Reggae Song is the Latest Great Donald Trump Diss appeared first on Pigeons & Planes. Read entire story.